Floral Trends from NYFW We’ll See in 2023 Weddings

September’s 2022 New York Fashion Week has finally wrapped up, and we are beyond excited by the interesting and colorful designs we’ll be seeing next spring and summer! There were plenty of floral-inspired prints, especially in Caroline Herrara’s collection. Clothes inspired by actual flowers were also on display on runways from Loewe and Dion Lee, where dresses shaped like vibrant anthurium blooms and monstera leaves blew us away with their bold, tropical vibe. For something a little more glamorous, look to Schiaparelli’s collection, where luxe accents fit well with heavier, bolder flowers like rosy red ginger. A hint for future bridesmaids in rich velvet dresses, a bolder, less delicate flower will look fantastic.

Beautiful young woman in nice blue dress posing on colorful wall of flowers. Fashion photo, nice hair, big smile

The vibrant and fun colors of NYFW are sure to be seen everywhere in spring and summer 2023 fashion. The top hues that dominated the runways were bright fuschia, tangerine orange, fluorescent green, vibrant yellow, and cobalt blue. Strong color combinations and bold hues were on display at many fashion designers’ shows, along with more neutral tones, such as Vanilla Cream and Gray Lilac, which also made a strong impression. Paired together, the neutral tones and bold hues projected individuality, strength, creativity, and fun. 

Top 5 Color Trends from New York Fashion Week – September 2022: 

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1. Pantone Beetroot Purple: An emboldened fuchsia hue depicting the fruits of nature.” (Pantone)

The bright, hot pink color of fuchsia is cheerful, playful, and uplifting. Getting its name from the fuchsia flower, this is a vibrant dark pink tinged with a bit of deep red and it was popular on the runways this fall. It’s a color that is lively, self-assured, confident, and bold – perfect colors for today’s strong and free-spirited brides.

Fuchsia-colored flowers: 

Aster • Calla Lily • Carnation • Coneflower • Cosmos • Dahlia • Hyacinth • Hydrangea • Larkspur • Pink Rose • Ranunculus • Stargazer Lily • Tulip • Zinnia

burnt orange calla lily wedding bouquet

2. Pantone Tangelo:A tangy, tasty vitamin enriched orange.” (Pantone)

Orange is happy, enthusiastic, and upbeat color. In history and the language of flowers, orange represents excitement, courage, boldness, and exuberance. It take a fierce and bold woman to carry off this extravagant hue!

Popular orange-colored blooms:

Bird of Paradise • Coneflower • Cymbidium Orchid • Carnation • Chrysanthemum • Dahlia • Gerbera Daisy • Marigold • Orange Sunflower • Ranunculus • Rose • Tiger Lily • Tulip •  Zinnia

Luxury bouquet ,beautiful bouquet of bright yelloe flowers, plastics flower,on wooden table with nature green background.

3. Pantone Empire Yellow:A luminescent yellow that radiates joyfulness.”  (Pantone)

Bright yellow is a color that uplifts, instills energy, and promotes joy. Its vibrant, sunny hue radiates happiness, optimism, creativity, and hope. For an instant pick-me-up, throw on something yellow!

Popular yellow flowers: 

Billy Balls • Black Eyed Susan • Carnation • Daffoldil • Daisy • Lillies • Marigold • Primrose • Ranunculus • Rose • Sunflower • Tulip • Yarrow • Zinnia

Green chrysanthemum, green plant

4. Pantone Classic Green:A nourishing green imbued with health-giving qualities.” (Pantone)

A lovely, saturated hue commonly found in nature, classic green is a color that represents spring, new growth, and harmony. The color green is also associated with vitality, wealth, balance, freshness, youth, and good health. The bright green hues we saw on the runways were a breath of fresh air!

Popular flowers that grow in shades of green: 

Bells of Ireland • Carnation • Chrysanthemum • Cockscomb • Cymbidium Orchid • Dahlia • Gladiolus • Hellebores • Hydrangea • Rose • Spider Mums • Tulips • Zinnias

A wedding bouquet with Agapanthus (lily of the Nile), Nigella Damascena (love in a mist) and Hydrangea Macrophylla

5. Pantone Blue Perennial:A stand-out blue that spikes the palette.” (Pantone)

Blue is the color of the sky and sea and, therefore, signifies peace, serenity, and tranquility. Blue flowers, being uncommon, also represent ambition, inspiration, desire, and drive. A color that looks good on everything, adding a touch of blue to your wedding promotes serene and harmonious vibes.

Flowers that can be found in the color blue: 

Anemone • Aster • Bellflower • Blue daisy • Blue Orchid • Cornflower • Delphinium • Globe Thistle • Hyacinth • Morning Glory • Iris • Sea Holly • Star Flower • Sweet Pea

Use the above colors and trends as inspiration for your upcoming wedding. For all your wedding flower needs, Walter Knoll Florist – Weddings & Events is here to make your wedding flowers dream come true.